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Can I convert High resolution to low resolution in bulk?

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Joe BigorniaCan I convert High resolution to low resolution in bulk?
by on Mar 6, 2012 at 7:11:17 pm

I have been doing this 1 by 1 for the first 100 photos and I now have a headache. I am doing this 1 by 1, anyway that I can do this way more easier? I am just converting from high to low res. Image size, changing "Bicubic Sharper" to "convert to profile" "sRGB IEC61966-2.1" then to "8RGB", Thank you so much in advance


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Chad WilsonRe: Can I convert High resolution to low resolution in bulk?
by on Mar 7, 2012 at 4:59:21 pm

PS gives you the ability to record events and play back all the events to a folder with batch processing:

Open the Actions Window (alt+F9). Select a new action. Name it and record. from there you actions will be recorded as a series of steps. Do the edits you need to do to one image. Save and close the image and hit the stop button at the bottom of the Actions Window.

Now you are ready to batch process. Under File select Automate_ Batch. Find your new action you made. Apply it to the images in your folder and let PS get to work.

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